Remove Your Page From Facebook Business Manager With This Easy Hack

Remove Your Page From Facebook Business Manager With This Easy Hack

Facebook revealed a new portal for businesses to access their Facebook pages last year called Facebook Business Manager, to help Facebook page admins to manage all of the activity surrounding their page. And they have started to prompt Facebook page owners to opt in. The problem is, that once you opt in to the Facebook Business Manager, you can’t opt out. This tool is not for everyone, and for most page owners the Business Manager is not necessary. One of the main complaints page owners have is that they can’t access their page through their Facebook profile, which puts a barrier between posting content and interacting with fans in real time. Thankfully, there is a hack that will free your Facebook page from the bondage of Facebook Business Manager by creating a dummy Facebook page to take it’s place. Keep in mind, this is a hack, so it is not an elegant solution, and Facebook may catch on and try to prevent it from happening. But hopefully, they will instead give people an easy way to opt out of Facebook Business Manager. Here’s a step by step guide: Step 1: Go to business.facebook.com Step 2: Click on the Settings icon and go to Business Manager Settings Step 3: Click on the Pages tab. Step 4: Click on the “Add New Page” button Step 5: In this step you are going to create a dummy Facebook page. Click “Cause or Community”, since it’s the option that asks you for the least amount of information. Type any name you want, like your dog’s name. Step 6: Go to the Info tab....
Are Facebook Ads Necessary?

Are Facebook Ads Necessary?

Are Facebook Ads Necessary? Yes. I’ve been fighting this admission for a while now. I don’t want to believe that it’s necessary to pay for Facebook ads for your page in order to be successful, grow page likes, increase website click-throughs, and increase revenue. But for the average business page, it has gotten to the point where if you are not paying for Facebook ads, you’re simply not in the game. Even though I am admitting that it is necessary to use Facebook ads if you are marketing on Facebook, I’m not saying that it’s some kind of trick Facebook is playing to get more money. There are plenty of Facebook pages out there that I follow that regularly show up in my Newsfeed, and who are organically growing their fan base. Those pages have exemplary content, and are great at connecting and building relationships with their fans OFFLINE as well as online. They use Facebook pages the way they were intended, as a channel of honesty and authenticity, that builds a loyal customer base. We’ve Reached The Tipping Point A few years ago I was interviewed on a local podcast about Facebook marketing. We discussed the theory behind social media marketing, and how to build a successful Facebook page. In that podcast I said that we will at some point approach a tipping point, where the flood of information will be too overwhelming, and Facebook will be too saturated with brands competing for the attention of Facebook users – for free. And I believe that is now where we are at. Marketers ruin everything. Seriously. That’s why we...